RSA Conference 2016
February 29 - March 4, 2016, San Francisco, USA
TeleTrusT presented "IT Security made in Germany"
TeleTrusT co-ordinated again the presentation of "IT Security made in Germany" at the RSA Conference. German technology and quality associated worldwide with the slogan "made in Germany" also forms the basis for the excellent reputation of German IT Security. The RSA Conference as the world's leading IT Security event is an important forum for German companies and institutions to establish contacts and extend existing connections.
- CenterTools Software
- Rohde & Schwarz Cybersecurity
- TÜV IT
- TÜV Süd
- TeleTrusT VIP Dinner (28.02.2016)
- TeleTrusT/GABA/Symantec VIP-Panel and Security Solutions Showcase (29.02.2016)
- German Panel Session (01.03.2016, 03:30h - 04:20h)
- Meeting TeleTrusT / FIDO Alliance
- "German Evening": Welcome in the German Consulate General (02.03.2016)
TeleTrusT/GABA/Symantec VIP Panel
Industry 4.0: How vulnerable is the Future of the Industrial Internet to Cybercrime & Cyber Espionage?
February 29, 2016
11:30h - 12:00h Registration
12:00h - 12:30h Networking Lunch
12:30h - 02:00h GABA/TeleTrusT Panel Discussion
02:00h - 02:15h Break
02:15h - 03:30h TeleTrusT Security Solution Showcase
03:45h - 04:15h Refreshments and Networking
Hotel Courtyard Marriott San Francisco
299 2nd St
Production is the backbone of Germany’s economic performance. Industry 4.0 is the German strategic initiative intended to take a pioneering role to shape the revolution of the manufacturing sector. Industry 4.0 is finding its way into production toward what the U.S. calls the Industrial Internet of Things. Machine to Machine communication will revolutionize factories. On-demand production of highly individualized products like cars, appliances and luxury goods require short logistic chains to the end customer. Smart Maintenance, Global Optimization and Local Autonomy are the main themes we would like to discuss with our panelists.
The Industrial Internet of Things will change how Industrial Automation networks are designed and used, both now and in the future. IoT will increase the productivity of the Industrial Automation network. With the large number of currently deployed connected end devices, the understanding of the value of new data that is available at the end device, the deployment of cyber security practices, Industrial Automation is already part of the Internet of Things.
However, with all these enabled connected devices in Industrial Automation and the desire to communicate more data there is a concern for cyber security. Stuxnet taught us this.
Donna F. Dodson, Deputy Cyber Security Advisor at National Institute of Standards and Technology
Rajiv Sivaraman, Vice President & Head - Plant Security Services at Siemens Industry Inc
Norbert Pohlmann, Chairman, TeleTrusT - IT Security Association Germany
Joerg Borchert, Vice President, Infineon Technologies
Kurt Roemer, Chief Security Strategist, Citrix Systems
Brian Witten, Senior Director, IoT Security, Symantec
Security Solutions Showcase
Presentations of current German innovations on cybersecurity and discussion of ideas for cooperation
Joachim Weber, BSI - Federal Office for Information Security (Germany)
Secure usage of mobile devices securely in a production environment - MyCapp(tm) a utopia?
Lecturer: Matthias Kirchhoff, digitronic Computersysteme
Certification according to IEC 62443 scheme: Burden or added value?
Lecturer: Dr. Thomas Stoertkuhl, TÜV SÜD Rail
Security by Design: Large-Scale Deployments & Lessons Learned
Lecturer: Ammar Alkassar, CEO, Rohde & Schwarz Cybersecurity
Password Security - Are Passwords out of Date?
Lecturer: Costin Enache, Co-Founder & Lead Auditor, Detack
RSA 2016 Dokumente
TeleTrusT / FIDO - Experiences and new horizons
Malte Kahrs, MTRIX
Kim Nguyen, Bundesdruckerei
Joachim Weber, BSI
Norbert Pohlmann, TeleTrusT
Sam Shrinavas, Google
Jerrod Chong, Yubico
Anthony Nedalin, Microsoft
Rolf Lindemann, nok nok
Jörg Borchert, Infineon
March 2, 2016
09:00h - 11:00h
AMA San Francisco Executive Conference Center
55 Fourth Street, Level 2
San Francisco, CA 94103
Phone: +1 415 442 6770